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EDGE TAKE TWO FROM ISLAND STORM

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Karrington Ward slams home two of his 26 points Sunday. ( JOE CHASE PHOTO)

S U N D A Y

The St. John’s Edge had what seemed to be a comfortable 15 point lead at one point against Island Storm but had to settle for a three point win 109-106 over the Storm at Mile One on Carl English retirement day. The game also saw probably the largest crowd at a basketball game with 5475 fans attending.

Karrington Ward led the edge with 26 points and Canie Broome added 19 and Tyrone Watson 18. Edge led 54-53 at the half .

 

The next home game for the Edge won’t be until March 24th as they will be on the road until then. 

 

 

Atlantic Division Standings

GP

Record

Last 10

Streak

Moncton Magic

19

15-4

8-2

Won 4

St. John’s Edge

18

11-7

7-3

Won 2

Island Storm

20

6-14

1-9

Lost 4

Halifax Hurricanes

18

5-13

3-7

Lost 2

 

 

 

S A T U R D A Y

St. John’s Edge outscored Island Storm 30-16 in the final quarter and defeated the Island Storm 101-95 to improve to 10-7 in the season while the Storm fell to 7-13.

Ryan Richardson and Monty Brandon had 17 points each for the Edge and Cane Broome contributed 16.

The Storm were up by one 51-50 at the half.

There teams meet again Sunday at three o’clock at Mile One. It’s the day that Carl English officially retires as a player from basketball. 

TEAMS

1

2

3

4

FINAL

30

20

29

16

95

18

33

20

30

101

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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